REDUCED!!! Priced to Sell!!! This is a beautiful mountain property with easy year round access. The property has several potential building sites that offer huge views of the surrounding mountains of northern New Mexico and southern Colorado including the 11,000 foot Brazos Cliffs and the over 10,000 foot Penasco Amarillo Peak. There are plenty of mature trees including ponderosa pine, gambrel oak and juniper. Colorful wildflowers also abound in this area. This place is home to elk, mule deer, bald eagles and wild turkey. Located just 3 hours north of Albuquerque, this property is an opportunity to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and have your own place in the cool green mountains of northern New Mexico. Just minutes away from shopping in Chama, this property is located to take advantage of recreational opportunities offered in the area including lake and river fishing, hiking and horse back riding and the historic Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad. Don't miss out on this terrific opportunity! This unique and beautiful property is priced to sell. Come on up and see this property.
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From US HWY 84/64 in Tierra Amarilla, east on NMSR 162 to "T" then left (north) on NMSR 573 .5 mile to right (east) at Tzama gate and then .5 mile to property on right (South) side of road.
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